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Posted: Friday, April 5, 2013 4:30 am | Updated: 12:32 pm, Fri Apr 5, 2013.

City and chamber officials joined the staff of Donkbuilt Service Exchange on Tuesday for a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the launch of the business in the Cove Terrace Shopping Center.

The business provides low-cost tax services, notary services, document delivery, bookkeeping, payroll services and genealogy research.

“We provide those type of services that take people away from running their business and allow them to spend more time to grow,” said Annette Donker, co-owner and manager. “Copperas Cove is growing and we have more businesses coming into the town and they need that support built in if it’s going to be successful.”

Donkbuilt also provides mobile notary services for people unable to make it to the office.

“We become that third party to run your payroll and keep track of the changes in the tax laws, payroll laws, records and bookkeeping, so when it comes time to do your tax returns, those records are already done and compiled,” said Allen Donker, co-owner.

DonkBuilt Service Exchange is in Suite 116B of the Cove Terrace Shopping Center. For more information, call (254) 518-1566.

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The first person to call the Cove Herald after 10 a.m. Monday and correctly identify the location of this photo will have his or her name printed in next week’s paper.

To submit an answer, call the Cove Herald office at (254) 501-7470.

Last weeks winner was Gary Coalston. He accurately stated that the picture was taken at the meditation garden of Coryell Community Church in Gatesville.

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